What are some really good piano songs? I like most songs by one republic

If you like this piece you can download La Belle Excentrique by Satie sheet music online in digital format.

There are no piano songs. There are pieces for solo piano, but songs are vocal music.One Republic is not a classical ensemble so if you are looking for something similar, you are in the wrong category.

I LIKE FUR ELISE MOONLIGHT SONATA AND CLAIRE DE GODDAMN LUNE THEY ARE SOOOOOOO PRETTY!

heres some links to one republic songs, but most of them are not the full version in the piano part.but you can work out how to play the vocal melody along with most of the piano part.freehandmusic.com/artist/onerepublic-72791search.musicnotes.com/?hl=n;i=1;q=one+republic;search_id=Top;x=0;y=0;more=1but since you’re in the classical section, here are some classical piano songs. (free AND legal public domain edition)216.129.110.22/files/imglnks/usimg/6/6b/IMSLP30823-PMLP05355-Mendelssohn-Songs_ohne_worte__all_8_sets_for_piano_.pdf(“song” doesn’t HAVE to mean it’s a sung piece, it can also refer to lyric instrumental works)

Fur EliseMinuet (J.S. Bach)Canon (Pachebell)Musette (J.S. Bach)Jesus Bleibet Meine Freude (J.S. Bach)Hungarian dance no. 5Kiss the rain (Yiruma)Piano Sonata op.13 “Pathetique” 2nd mov. (Beetoven)Sorry if there’s too much Bach. I would show you some of my songs if I could, but I’m not even a teenager yet (I’m 11) so. enjoy!

Scriabin – Piano Sonata 2; Sonata-Fantasy; Piano Concerto in f-sharp minorProkofiev – Visions Fugitives; Piano Concertos 2 & 3Vaughan Williams – Piano Concerto in CBarber – Souvenirs Ballet Suite for 4 handsRavel – La Valse; Jeux D’eauWeber – Piano Sonata 1Liszt – Un Sospiro; Totentanz; Gnomenreigen; Transcendental Etudes; Hungarian RhapsodiesBrahms – Piano Sonata 1Chopin – BerceuseSatie – Trois Morceaux en forme de poire; La belle excentriqueJohn Adams – China Gates; Phrygian Gates; Grand Pianola Music; American BerserkPDQ Bach – Sonata InnamorataTchaikovsky – Piano ConcertoFaure – Barcarolles 1, 2, & 9Poulenc – Improvisations 7 & 15Pavel Karmanov – Michael MusicSaint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato op.70; Carnival of the Animals

Sorry I’ve never heard of one republic.Do you like 70’s music?john lennon plays piano a lot learn one of his songs, or queen or david bowie.

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one republic isn’t classical, if you wanted something similar to that then search up “one republic “insert song name here” sheet music. Or use another one of your favorite artist/band/songIf you wanted good classical music then:LisztRachmaninoff ChopinBachBeethoven Anything by Rachimaninoff or Liszt is good in my opinion. Chopin is sometimes gets boring for me since he is simply too popular at times

Amazing piano songs ?
the songs are in no particular order:1.yiruma-“the river flows in you”2.yiruma-“kiss the rain”3.wim mertens-“struggle for pleasure”4.Yann Tiersen – “Comptine d’un autre été”5.Yann Tiersen – “Rue Des Cascades”6.Ludovico Einaudi – “Divenire”7.Jennifer Haines – “The Storm Begins”8.chopin-“nocturne”9.beethoven-“moonlight sonata”10.Brian Crain-“song for sienna”you could probably type in the name of the composers I have listed on youtube for more piano songs.Hope I was helpful

There are so many amazing piano “songs” out there.For those who ALWAYS, ALWAYS think of Yiruma’s compositions as a go-to for impressing people, that certainly will NOT impress many pianists. Play a classical piece. It has complexity farther than the notes. Even when a classical piece lacks speed (speed is not always important in a good piece), it will impress far more.For one, not many people may have heard it and have heard it overplayed. Secondly, there are many intricacies that you as a pianist should practice and smooth out. They will be able to tell how much you worked on it, and you will too. It’s not just the audience that will be pleased.There are many pieces that are OVERPLAYED (but of course they are, for a reason or a few). Try to avoid those.Try Chopin’s Waltzes or Etudes, Tchaikovsky, Burgmuller, Clementi, Schumann, Czerny, Liszt.For pieces composed by people everybody knows, go to Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, etc.Edit: Go with Picardy Nerd. She knows where it’s at!

Scriabin – Piano Sonata 2; Sonata-Fantasy; Piano Concerto in f-sharp minorProkofiev – Visions Fugitives; Piano Concertos 2 & 3Vaughan Williams – Piano Concerto in CBarber – Souvenirs Ballet Suite for 4 handsRavel – La Valse; Jeux D’eauWeber – Piano Sonata 1Liszt – Un Sospiro; Totentanz; Gnomenreigen; Transcendental Etudes; Hungarian RhapsodiesBrahms – Piano Sonata 1Chopin – BerceuseSatie – Trois Morceaux en forme de poire; La belle excentriqueJohn Adams – China Gates; Phrygian Gates; Grand Pianola Music; American BerserkPDQ Bach – Sonata InnamorataTchaikovsky – Piano ConcertoFaure – Barcarolles 1, 2, & 9Poulenc – Improvisations 7 & 15Pavel Karmanov – Michael MusicSaint-Saens – Allegro Appassionato op.70; Carnival of the Animals

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What are your favorite piano and/or symphonic pieces from the Classical and Romantic periods?
My favorite? Thats a hard question.I really like Beethoven’s Pathetique all movements (Classical) and Chopin’s Prelude no. 45 in C minor (Romantic), but I have a whole list of favorite pieces.

Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos in this order:Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 1Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 3Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 4Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 2Rachmaninoff Preludes Op 23Rachmaninoff Preludes Op 32Rachmaninoff Symphony 2 and Rachmaninoff Choral Symphony The BellsHis Etude Tableaux’s and Moment Musicaux’s are quite infallible as well.Shostakovich Symphony # 3, 5, 7, 8 (I have yet to really listen to symphony 10-15 so I am waiting and reserving judgement)Scriabin Piano Concerto and a few of his earlier preludes and etudes. I am sorry, I am not really a fan of his later stages. I have listened to his Poem of Fire many times and still don’t like it. It still might have a chance to grow on me though.Sibelius Symphony # 1,2,5,6,7 (I love Sibelius)Dvorak Symphonies (The whole set, alone they are trivial individually, but together a masterpiece)Aram Khachaturian Concert 1, Symphony 1 and Symphony 3 (something like 16 trumpets and an organ just WOW) and the ballet SpartacusMahler # 2 Mahler is just. Ok to me. But nevertheless many people love his symphonic works.Beethoven Sonatas and Piano Concertos (Just great stuff; I recommend the 4th and 5th piano concertos along with Appassionata, Tempest and Pathetique Sonata’s)Chopin Etudes Op 10 and Op 25 (Some of the best and most musical etudes ever written)Also have a look at Chopin’s 4 ballades (My favorite is the 1st) and his Polonaises.Liszt – Totentanz (Mini piano concerto from satan himself)Prokofiev Piano Concertos (Especially Number 2 and 3)Gabriel Pierne Piano Concerto (AMAZING everyone needs to listen to it)Carl Czerny Piano Concerto in A Minor (As good if not better than most Beethoven and Mozart Concerti)I always leave lots of stuff I like out, but maybe you can get the gyst from what I have suggested.

Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto (my ears have an orgasm in the first 8 measures)Beethoven’s Waldstein, Pathetique and the last sonata (n. 32)All Mozart’s Piano Concertos and Sonatas – specially the Piano Concertos n. 12, 14, and 24Mozart’s Piano sonata n. 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16

I feel obligated to leave a big long list of stuff whenever I see one of fierydog’s answers. Here you go. Some of it is chamber music, though.HaydnPiano Sonata Hob XVI:46Piano Sonata Hob XVI:23Trumpet ConcertoSymphony 94 “Surprise”MozartAdagio & Fugue in c minor K546BeethovenPiano Concerto 5Symphony 5ScriabinPiano Sonata 2Piano Concerto Sonata-Fantasie Op. posth.Preludes op. 11MahlerSymphony 5 (obviously)Symphony 2 finaleSymphony 8 Unfinished String Quartet in a minorShostakovichChamber Symphony, and consequentially, String Quartet 8Piano Concerto 2Symphony 5FaurePiano Quartet 1Piano Quartet 2Piano Quintet 2Barcarolle 1Barcarolle 2Barcarolle 9Dolly SuiteElegieSatieTrois Morceaux en forme de poireLa Belle ExcentriqueGymnopediesBrahmsSymphony 4Symphony 3Tragic OvertureString Sextet 1TchaikovskySouvenier de FlorenceSaint-SaensCarnival of the AnimalsAllegro Appassionato op. 70Symphony 3 “Organ”RavelPiano Concerto in G MajorJeux D’eauString QuartetSonatine movement 2La valseChopinEtude op. 25-12 “Ocean”Etude op. 25-2 “The Bees”Nocturne op. 48-1Nocturne op. 9-1BerceuseSibeliusSymphony 5Romance op. 24-9Valse TristeI could easily double the list if I were allowed to include those iffy transitional Romantic-Contemporary (I think I kind of did anyway), and, also, just flat out Contemporary.

Liszt sonata in b minorLiszt’s Mephisto WaltzChopin Ballade no.1Everything by Chopin and Liszt. Dante Symphony.Rachmaninoff (everything)Tchiakovsky Symphony no1Mozart Symphony no. 29, 30, 41, 25Wagner Die Walkure (orchestral part)MahlerBeethoven symphony’s 6,7,5,9Everything basically except Berlioz.

Symphonies:Beethoven 5thSaint-Saens 3rd SymphonyPiano pieces:Chopin: Ballades, Etudes, Scherzos, Nocturnes, Sonatas, PreludesLizst: Norma and Don Juan fantasyAlkan: Concerto and Symphony for solo piano from Etudes Op.39, Op.39 Etude No.12 Le Festin d’EsopeRavel: Gaspard de la nuit, Tombeau de CouperinBusoni: Concerto for piano Op.39Rachmaninov: Corelli and Chopin variationsBrahms: Opus 35 (Paganini variations)Czerny: Sonata for piano No.1 Op.7Godowski: Alt Wien from Triakontameron, Sonata, Passacaglia, J.Strauss transcriptions (waltzes, Die Fledermaus opera fantasy)